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Trains with additional supplements

Are you not sure what the "Additional supplement required" notification means on our seat reservations tool or timetable? Don't worry; you can still board these trains with your Interrail Pass; however, you need to buy an additional supplement to board the train. 

 

The trains listed here are the only trains that require an additional supplement – this is an extra fee that you need to pay on top of your reservation or Interrail Pass to travel on the following trains. 

 

Please read this page carefully! The supplement amount, information, and how to get a supplement differ for each of these exceptions. 

Brenner and Tarvisio routes

Special supplements are needed for EuroCity and RailJet trains crossing the Brenner and Tarvisio routes from Austria to Italy.

 

The Tarvisio route covers Vienna to Venice RailJet direct trains.

 

The full Brenner route covers Germany, Austria and Italy. Therefore, you can use a domestic route in one country or travel internationally.

 

Due to these factors, the supplement fee depends on what section of the route you cover. 

 

*Domestic route

In Germany: a seat reservation is optional; no supplement.

In Austria: a seat reservation is optional; no supplement.

In Italy: a seat reservation fee is included in the mandatory supplement fee. 

 

**International routes

Between Germany and Austria: a seat reservation is optional; no supplement. 

Between Germany and Italy and Austria and Italy: a seat reservation is optional; a mandatory supplement is required. 

 

Cost of the supplement

Domestic journeys: a seat reservation is optional. 

 

International routes: you need a mandatory supplement to travel to/from/within Italy. You can purchase the supplement in advance or on the train for a small fee (€5).

  • 2nd class: €10
  • 1st class: €15

 

How to book online

  • Interrail’s seat reservation tool: the supplement is included in the reservation when you book through our self-service tool (“supplement included” is printed on the ticket).
  • ÖBB ticket shop: The supplement only appears when ‘Interrail / Eurail – Globalpass’ is selected under changing the discounts. Select ‘One-way tickets and day tickets’ when proceeding to ‘find services’.

 

How to book locally

  • Buy the supplement at a limited number of train stations in Europe – so it’s best to book in advance. 
  • Buy the supplement before boarding or on the train for a small fee (€5).

IC Direct in the Netherlands 

In the Netherlands, the Intercity Direct (IC) train requires a supplement to travel on the route between Rotterdam and Schiphol Airport. 

 

Cost of the supplement

  • €2,90 in first or second class

 

Where to buy? 

Buy the supplement at ticket vending machines in the Netherlands or online via the NS website. 

 

Exception

An Intercity Direct (ICD) supplement is only required if this train is used for domestic journeys.

You don't need a supplement to travel between Breda and Rotterdam with your Interrail Pass (full route of the IC Direct: Breda - Rotterdam - Schiphol Airport). 

EIP Poland

In Poland, you need to buy an additional supplement to travel on the EIP trains on top of the mandatory seat reservation fee. 

 

Cost of the supplement

  • PLN 43 (approx €10) – A seat reservation is included in these costs.

There are four ways to purchase the supplement and reservation for the EIP, so take a look at the options below to decide what's best for you.

 

Buy your reservation from our seat reservations tool

Good news! You can easily order your reservation from our reservations tool and pay the additional €10 fee for the supplement.

 

Buy your supplement and reservation online via PKP Intercity

Buy the supplement via PKP Intercity for 43 PLN (approx €10) together with a free seat reservation.

 

Buy your supplement and reservation in Poland

Buy the supplement locally for 43 PLN (approx €10) together with a free seat reservation.

 

Did you buy your reservation abroad?

No problem! You can still buy the supplement locally for 43 PLN (approx €10) at one of the train stations in Poland, or in the train after boarding.

 

Good to know

Information about selling points for these tickets can be found here (information in Polish).

Brussels Airport Supplement

In Belgium, trains to Brussels Airport require what is known as a 'Diabolo supplement.'

 

Cost of the supplement

  • €6,40 in first or second class

 

Where to buy?

Buy the supplement at ticket vending machines in Belgium or online via the SNCB website

 

Exception

A diabolo supplement is not required if you are not getting off at Brussels Airport.

Centovalli Scenic Train

The scenic train between Locarno and Domosossola is known as the Centovalli. This train requires a reservation and a supplement.

 

Cost of the supplement

  • €4 / CHF 5 for reservation
  • €1,5 / CHF 1.5 for supplement

 

Where to buy?

The reservation and supplement can be purchased online, at any Italian Station or in the train (only cash in EUR).

If a reservation is bought online, it always includes the supplement.  

 

Eurocity Trieste – Slovenia Supplement

When travelling on the Eurocity 134 or 135 (Trieste – Ljubljana – Vienna), an extra supplement is needed both within Italy and to/from Italy.

 

For example, a supplement is required for routes such as:

  • Trieste to Villa Opicina
  • Trieste to any station in Slovenia and Austria
  • Villa Opicina to any station in Slovenia and Austria

 

Cost of the supplement

  • €2,60 in second class (optional reservation is €3)
  • €4,60 in first class (optional reservation is free)

 

Where to buy? 

Buy the supplement online via the ÖBB ticket shop or at a ticket desk in Germany or Italy.

 

How to book online?

  • ÖBB ticket shop: The supplement only appears when ‘Interrail / Eurail – Globalpass’ is selected under changing the discounts. Select ‘One-way tickets and day tickets’ when proceeding to ‘Find Services’.

 

Exception

This supplement is not required when travelling on this train in between or within Slovenia and Austria.